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January 1, 2012 at 12:00 am

by padulka at 2012-09-25 07:36:50

Hi to all, I'find something to help me to notify when an event occur on "applications log", someone can help me?

by DonJ at 2012-09-25 10:48:21

You would probably want to register for a WMI event. I'm moving this to our WMI forum and you can pursue it further there; this isn't really an Exchange question.

by padulka at 2012-09-25 11:04:18

[quote="DonJ"]You would probably want to register for a WMI event. I'm moving this to our WMI forum and you can pursue it further there; this isn't really an Exchange question.[/quote]
Sorry you're right.

I'll explain my need:
Every time I change access to a mailbox on exchange 2010 I find an event in the following location:
Event Viewer -> Applications and Services Logs -> Microsoft -> MSExchange Management.

I wish that every time I enter a specific event to me to notify you, or schedule a day and check for a specific event configure the sending of an email.

by DonJ at 2012-09-25 11:21:59

Scheduling would be easier. You could write a PowerShell script that checks for new instances of the event ID by using Get-WinEvent, and then uses Send-MailMessage to send an e-mail.

Using a WMI event would require PowerShell to remain running all the time, which probably isn't optimal.

Look into Get-WinEvent and Send-MailMessage.

by willsteele at 2012-09-25 23:16:33

Have you looked into this project?

http://pseventlogwatcher.codeplex.com/

by RichardSiddaway at 2012-09-26 00:25:42

Potentially you could create a permanent WMI event but in this case I think watching the logs is going to be your best bet

by padulka at 2012-09-26 03:40:39

Thanks to all...I'm looking the best solution for me.

by jtl at 2012-09-28 09:43:52

I think you can simply right click on the event and attach a task using the Create Basic Task Wizard to send an email every time the event occurs.

by RichardSiddaway at 2012-09-28 10:50:34

Sending an email from an attached is deprecated in later versions of Windows. Testing the event log on a scheduled task is probably best route